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Don’t let financial differences stand in the way of happiness
February 27, 2002
What a honeymoon! You had a wonderful time, spending money like movie stars and relaxing after the whirlwind of a wedding. But now the gifts are opened, the thank you notes are looming, you’re back at work and the bills are waiting.
Consider high-tech gifts for couple
February 27, 2002
The age of technology has moved beyond the classroom and business world into the life of newlyweds. Today’s young people have grown up with technology at their fingertips and they expect nothing less as they head into married life.
A house of learning
February 27, 2002
David Saultz had never worn construction stilts.
Shouts and Murmurs: Deep in the heart of wrestling
February 27, 2002
Two years ago an assignment brought me to my first demolition derby, a noisy extravaganza that left those in the audience, including myself, with balls of mud hanging in our hair. To the veteran demolition derby fan, the mud seemed to be a medal of honor the more mud on your clothes and hair the more involved in the action you appeared to be.
Involving children in ceremony shows commitment
February 27, 2002
You’ve found the man of your dreams and you’ve set the date. There is, however, one nagging dilemma: the children (both yours and his). How can the traditional wedding, which focuses exclusively on the bride and groom, be reconfigured to recognize the critical role that children play in the remarriage relationship?
For your bridesmaids, choose classic gowns of high quality
February 27, 2002
Quick: look in the back of your closet. How many old bridesmaids dresses are bunched into the corner that you wore when you were in a friend’s wedding, but have never even looked at again?
Theme weddings memorable for both couple and guests
February 27, 2002
If you’re going to get married, you have to have a theme wedding.”
Linwood to honor longtime volunteer
Hours spent at library, school
February 27, 2002
It’s easy to see why Marceline “Marcy” Turner was chosen as this year’s recipient of the Ovid Snider Award for service to the community of Linwood.
Remember When
A community review
February 27, 2002
A review of past events in Southern Leavenworth County.
Aunt Norie’s Sewing Room
February 27, 2002
Dot says, “I remember when I got to dust, Mama could make me feel so important, so special when I got to dust her special things.
State field unkind to Chieftains
February 27, 2002
Tonganoxie junior James Hartshorn missed the State wrestling semifinals by just a Tad.
Group tabs Williams top coach
February 27, 2002
Roy might be a candidate for national coach of the year honors in college basketball, but another Williams already has the recognition on another level.
Ab-sole-lutely basketball
THS basketball team sports various styles with sneakers
February 27, 2002
Tonganoxie’s Thomas Gilner had trouble staying on his feet last Wednesday against De Soto.
Holton hands THS girls season-ending loss
February 27, 2002
Tonganoxie trailed Holton 39-33 late in the fourth quarter Tuesday when three players tried to bring the Chieftains back.
Add a little spice to meals
Herbs, spices and health
February 27, 2002
Spices and herbs have been used in foods for centuries. Archaeologists estimate that by 50,000 B.C., primitive man had discovered that parts of certain aromatic plants help make food taste better, according to the American Spice Trade Association.
City council briefs
February 27, 2002
State wrestling tourney reveals much emotion
February 27, 2002
State wrestling finally finished Saturday evening, and my inaugural tournament was definitely memorable.
County must commit to road construction
February 27, 2002
It doesn’t matter much where a north-south road connects to the Kansas Turnpike in Leavenworth County.
Scams target bank account information
February 27, 2002
A banking official says area residents should be cautious about giving out account information over the telephone.
Basehor council considers plan to renovate building
February 27, 2002
It appears a Basehor building may rise from the flames left by a fire that destroyed it nine months ago.
The Record
February 27, 2002
Obituary/Dolores V. Tillotson
February 27, 2002
Services for Dolores V. Tillotson, 71, Lawrence, were Feb. 25, 2002, at Quisenberry Funeral Home, Tonganoxie. A private inurnment was held.
Obituary/Robert L. “Lou” Oxley
February 27, 2002
Services for Robert L. “Lou” Oxley, Tonganoxie, were Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2002, at the Jarbalo United Methodist Church. Burial was in Fall Creek Cemetery.
Obituary/Beatrice Bettis
February 27, 2002
Services for Beatrice Bettis, 72, Kansas City, Kan., will be at 11 a.m. today, Feb. 27, 2002, at Meyer’s Family Funeral Home, 6300 Parallel Ave., Kansas City, Kan. Burial will be in Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens at 94th and State streets, Kansas City, Kan.
Nevermore Chieftains stop Junior Ravens
THS grabs first postseason victory in more than a decade
February 27, 2002
Maur Hill cheerleaders waited patiently for speakers to blare music for their halftime performance Tuesday at the Tonganoxie-Maur Hill Sub-state game in Atchison. The performance finally kicked in just in time for the second half.
Snow blankets early spring
February 27, 2002
Shirt-sleeves one day, snow boots the next. It must be Kansas.
Legislator blasts lobbyists for Kansas school boards
February 27, 2002
A state legislator took aim on Saturday at the Kansas Association of School Boards.
Board interviews architects
February 27, 2002
Tonganoxie school board members Monday night began weighing the differences between two architectural firms.
Tonganoxie takes tough stand on plagiarism
School officials: All districts can learn from incident in nearby Piper High School
February 27, 2002
Policies on plagiarism are alive and well at Tonganoxie High School.